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Convoy, J.B. Hunt and Uber Freight formed the Scheduling Standards Consortium (SSC) to simplify the integration of systems across the fragmented ecosystem between shippers, carriers and intermediaries and create a more efficient appointment scheduling process.
We have published our initial scheduling requirements and are working on developing the API specification to be released later this year.
Together, we can move faster and have a greater impact in driving real change and adoption in the industry.
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Collaboration for the Industry
Scheduling has been a pervasive problem for the supply chain, but it’s a problem we know can be solved with mutual commitment from industry leaders. With the formation of the SSC, we believe we have the right people leading the way. Will you join us?
The technical/product groups have aligned on the following milestones.
SSC collects feedback on high-level System Interaction Model
SSC publishes high-level System Interaction Model
SSC Collaborators provide feedback on the official Technical Standard
SSC refines the Technical Standard
SSC publishes official Technical Standard
*These dates may shift slightly.
SSC Badge System
We've introduced a new badge system that recognizes SSC members who are driving innovation and efficiency in the freight industry. The Innovator and Early Adopter Badges distinguish industry participants who are actively contributing to the development and adoption of scheduling API standards